I have a 2006 hyundai Sonata. I had the input and output tranmission senor replace but the check engine light keeps coming on. The car jerks when I put my foot on the gas to try to go.

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Asked by Nov 06, 2014 at 06:19 PM about the Hyundai Sonata

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have had the water pump replaced and the oils changed.  When I put my foot on the gas
it seems like it don't want to go.  I have had the input and output transmission sensor
replaced twice.  I really don't know what to do any more.  Can someone please help.

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May be bad tranny if you have replaced sensor,or if tranny change,s out ok ,,gear wise,then may want to check the fuel filter and fuel pump.

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I had the sending unit and the fuel pump replaced and filter about 3 weeks ago. I had ac compressor replace, water pump, a belt replaced also.

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Have you had the timing belt replaced?And or timing checked?

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yes that has been replaced also

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If car has jerking as you say,and this much work done to it,i think you may need to check for loose wire,s to sensor,s and check for vacume leak,s,,,

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And the engine light being on,have it scanned,should show the problem,but my money, is on loose wire or vacume as stated above.

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I will have it check out. thank you so much

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You need to call Hyundai Corporate offices, same thing happened to my daughter and there is an engine defect in the years starting 2011 to the present.

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